Children's Hospital Colorado
Urgent Care and After Hours Care

Urgent Care and After Hours Care

At Children’s Hospital Colorado, we treat the big things, the small things and everything in between.

Pediatric Urgent Care and After Hours Care by Children's Hospital Colorado

As any parent knows, little surprises like injuries, asthma attacks, fevers and flu don’t take nights and weekends off. Children's Hospital Colorado is here to help. By visiting one of our locations that provides Urgent Care, you can find our specialized pediatric care where and when you need it.

When do I need Urgent Care?

Urgent Care locations treat illnesses and injuries that require medical attention, but are not life threatening. These facilities should be used after normal business hours if your pediatrician's office is closed. Common conditions that can be treated at these locations include:

  • Ear infections
  • Sore throat
  • Minor burns
  • Mild asthma
  • Sprained ankles
  • Suspected fractures or broken bones

Why choose Children's Hospital Colorado Urgent Care?

All of our Urgent Care doctors have received specialized training in pediatrics. This enables them to diagnose conditions faster and treat them more quickly than a "grown up" urgent care facility. This gets your kids home and feeling better, faster.

Unlike most urgent care centers, our doctors communicate directly with your pediatrician about your child's visit. Your doctor will be informed of any test results or procedures that were performed so your child's medical record will be up to date and accurate.

Children's Hospital Colorado Urgent Care Locations

 

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KOAA News5 Colorado Springs

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"Supervision is key, teach kids good hydration, pedestrian safety and the correct gear for different Colorado sports. We want you to have fun in the summer, but we also want you to be safe about it," said Laura Kent, SafeKids coordinator at Children's Colorado in Colorado Springs.

FOX21 Colorado Springs

Family Almost Loses Son Because of a Button Battery

Three years ago, Beckett Goss, 7, swallowed a button battery. "If a button battery sits in your esophagus, the injury can begin as quickly as 30 minutes and within hours it can have burned all the way through your esophagus," said Dr. Christine Waasdorp Hurtado.


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